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that they need to claim. griffin alfred of falls charge. lawrence bayers of herndon, edgar rios of mclean. and mary in rockville and stephanie in takoma park. stewart long of southeast, mary company hen of northwest, and ann cauman of southwest. all you have to do is go to our website, wusa9.com, and you can find out how you can apply for your money. plus, if you didn't hear your name, look on that list to see if it's there. this is the one location to find out if you're owed money from anyplace in the country. >>> hello, howard bernstein with you and the allergy update. good information. the tree pollen yesterday which was high now moderate. molds are still low. grass and weeds are absent. if you're sniffling a little less, that's why. 55 degrees at 1:00. we're in the upper 50s. some spots west of town are going to make mid-60s today with those west winds kicking up, and they'll gust 20, 25, maybe 30. we've got northwesterly winds this evening, temperatures will be dropping off by 7:00 tonight down into the 40s. by tomorrow morning we're down into the 20s. you see that colder air subpoen
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-- the power to help you succeed. >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and financial literacy in the 21st century. and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org stocks fell on worries that china might... announcer: the new pbs for ipad app. you'll never know what you'll find. [dog barks] announcer: available now in the app store. message from mpt. >> hi, i'm ellie wang, mpt commissioner, and an avid fan of the arts and cultural programs that can only be found on mpt. public television opens doors to the richness and diversity of our nation and is offered free to all. please join me in preserving this worthy service. register at 170 million americans.org and stand up with others in support of public tv.
had a radical prostectomy for cancer are at 40% to 50%. >> yes! >> reporter: alfred, who had prostate cancer surgery, was also in the viagra studies. >> i have an erection like i was 25 again. >> reporter: his wife, sheryl, says she appreciates viagra as much as he does. >> this pill is as much for the women as it is for the men because there are a tremendous amount of macho men in this country that would never admit that they may have a problem. and there are a lot of women that are walking away from a relationship saying, you know, what did i do wrong? should i tried this? should i have done this? when in reality, it wasn't exactly their fault. >> reporter: there is one group of men who should not take viagra. namely patients taking nitrate medication, such as nitroglycerine for angina. combined with viagra they could cause a drop in blood pressure. other than that, no serious adverse reactions have been reported with viagra. a very small percent of men have had minor side effects such as headaches, facial flushes and indigestion. the vast majority of men report no side effects. we
with a master's from yale, he's also a fulbright scholar, an alfred p. sloan fellow. at chicago his main areas of study were tax policy, american industry, technology and innovation. in other words, he's a great chief economist for the president. on that note, austan, i would like to give you -- hold on -- the executive summary from the conference so far. [laughter] sorry. so the executive summary is you've got your work cut out for you. [laughter] we have had many, we have many challenges, some new, and many who took years and actually decades to be created. we started the conference with release of the nabe policy survey, and it shows that our membership believes tackling the deficit is the policy challenge of today. 87% of our members, and these are business economists, support the simpson-bowles commission recommendations. but dealing with the deficit is not going to be easy. it's actually going to be a pure heroic act. 71% of our members believe that there will be no progress on the deficit this year. on our political panel yesterday, we learned how difficult true fiscal compromise will b
. his tome made it to the finals. >> this is a scene straight out of a alfred hitch cock movie. he was arrested with charges of negligent homicide after police found his decomposed body of his mother. they were looking for her to do a welfair check. he locked her in the room and never reported her death. >> just like the movie. >> and meanwhile, let's go ahead and switch around and take a look at what is going on in the weather. >> take a look at this. rescue crews in little falls, new jersey, pictured here. martha is from this neck of the woods in northern new jersey. they have had historic flooding out there and it continues. thankfully the rivers crest they are starting to recede. none theless. so much damage. >> look at the day ahead weatherwise. we have a big storm moving through portions of the tennessee and missouri valley. storm system extends down through the gulf coast of texas. current readings as we start daylight savings time. 40 in new york . 30 in cleveland . 36 in raleigh . 50s and 60 in the gulf coast . daytime highs. almost 80 in tampa. upper 70s on the gost coast
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